F1 » F1 POLL: Who next for Red Bull Racing?

With the announcement that Mark Webber is off to sportscar for 2014, we want to know who you think will replace the Australian next year

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June 27, 2013 2:00 PM

Have to say I have a bad feeling about Kimi in RBR too... Hard to explain why though. Realistically, Ricciardo would probably be a good bet. He's been in touch for a long time and as such probably has a decent chance to turn the team around kind of like Jenson did at McLaren. Because that's what I think will be necessary in order to be successful at Red Bull. Right now it is definitely Team Vettel.


June 27, 2013 2:32 PM

Vergne and Riccardo have been floundering for a year and a half and two and a half years already - way past enough time to show greatness (Riccardo has done nearly 40 GP now - by which stage Vettel had won 5 races (including 1 in the same car) - Riccardo has never even finished top 6. They are both mediocre and clearly only won feeder formulae due to having the best car there - not A-grade material and not worth of the best car n F1.

Di Resta possible dark horse, but the top car should go to an established A-grader like Alonso or Hamilton - if they have the cojunes to partner Vettel. (And if RedBull have the cojunes to pair up two A-graders - but I am sure they won't - they will pansy out and maintain the current A-grader and B-grader arrangement with another B-grader to replace Webber - so perhaps Vergne and Riccardo could get the gig after all - what a waste of resources! (but that's F1))

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